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Eisenstein, Linda (American playwright, composer, 1950-____), Running from the Red Girl,

a 10-minute comedy-drama about a womans unusual therapy,

1f or 2f or 3f or 4f;

    © 1995 by Linda Eisenstein, in Linda Eisensteins anthology Bad Grrrls (Cleveland, Ohio: Herone Press, 1996)    scripts/rights available from Linda Eisenstein via e-mail herone@en.com or http://www.lindaeisenstein.com or via regular mail, Herone Press, P. O. Box 749, Cleveland, Ohio 44107-0749, U.S.A., voice/fax 216-631-5812; Eisenstein says,

  §  Dramatis Persona _____ (f), patient.

  §  Synopsis A woman who has been consumed with anger gets a strange diagnosis from her therapist-shaman, Doctor Yin-Yang. Her crimson aura indicates that she has been inadvertently feeding a devouring . . . .

  §  Comment One of a series of short plays exploring personal transformation. In the series are 'At the Root,' 'The Cassandra Complex,' 'The Club,' 'Golden Gate,' 'In Illo Tempore,' and 'The Names of the Beast,' and 'Running from the Red Girl.' Premiered July, 1996, by Red Hen Productions, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. . . . NOTE: Production of 'Running from the Red Girl' requires permission from the playwright and a royalty.

  §  Themes anger, aura, diagnosis, shamanism, therapy.

See also Linda Eisensteins

 

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